. In electrolysis of water, why is the volume of gas collected over one electrode double the volume of gas collected over the other electrode?

Asked by  | 25th Apr, 2012, 02:22: PM

Expert Answer:

This is because the formula of water is H2O, so the volume of hydrogen produced is twice the volume of oxygen produced.

Answered by  | 25th Apr, 2012, 05:28: PM

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